Many charity trustees find fundraising a challenge and others are simply not able to make a significant financial donation. However, there are lots of opportunities for them to support your work, many that are easy and anyone can do. They need also to be aware of their Charity Commission CC20 role, duties and responsibilities for fundraising law and regulation.
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Charity trustees may think fundraising isn't their responsibility, but Charity Commission guidance (CC20) makes clear that it is. It lays out 6 key principles.
Charity trustees must also comply with the Fundraising Regulator's code of practice, and HMRC, the ICO and others also issue guidance on the law and regulations. It is not trustees' responsibility to do all this themselves, but it is their responsibility to ensure that it is done.
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